The Graduate School of Decision Sciences and Department of Psychology, University of Konstanz, invite you to take part in our 3rd Summer School on Internet-based Data Collection and Analysis in Decision Making
September 09-13, 2019 at University of Konstanz
Instructors (bios see below):
Michael Birnbaum * Chick Judd * Gary McClelland * Ulf-Dietrich Reips
Basic and advanced concepts of Internet-based research Methods of Decision Making Research Mediation & Moderation & Mediated Moderation analysis Experimental design Online tools & standards Visualization Apps Optimal design Theory and model testing Mixed models Analysis of Internet data Avoiding frequently made errors Practical applications Social Media Big Data Epistemology iScience
Summer School begins with Registration Monday 9th of September, 11:00 There will be an Early Arrival social gathering on Sunday evening.
Cost: 270.- Euro (Early bird), 290.- after July 16, includes lunches and catering during the summer school (partial fee waiver for GSDS and UNIKN Psychology students available)
3 ECTS for those who participate in and pass the optional exam
Social Programme in and around Lake Constance.
Apply until August 15 (for Early bird fee by July
15) by filling the form at
Payment of the fee (270.-/290.- Euro) needs to simultaneously go to:
Recipient: Universitaetskasse Konstanz
Bank: BW-Bank Konstanz
IBAN: DE92 6005 0101 7486 5012 74
BIC: SOLA DE ST
Purpose (very important to include in bank
transfer!): Summer School Data Collection
Please send any inquiries about the summer school to <firstname.lastname@example.org
received his PhD from UCLA in 1972. He taught at University of Illinois,
Urbana- Champaign from 1974-1986, where he was head of the Division of Quantitative and Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and promoted to Full Professor in 1982. He came to California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) in
1986 on leave from University of Illinois, and made the position here permanent in 1988. He is a founder and current co-director of the Decision Research Center at CSUF. He was named Outstanding Professor for CSUF in 1991-92. He has published more than 140 scientific articles and three books. In the last decade, he has had five grants from the National Science Foundation and one from the American Psychological Association. He served as president of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, 2002-2003, president of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, 2008-2009, and president of the Society for Computers in Psychology, 2009-2010.
Charles "Chick" M. Judd
is College Professor of Distinction Emeritus at University of Colorado, Boulder. He received his PhD in 1976 from Columbia University after getting a B.A. from Yale. He then became Assistant Professor, then Associate Professor at Harvard University. In
1981 he became an Associate Professor at University of Colorado, Boulder, where he was promoted to Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience in 1987 and College Professor of Distinction in 2006. He has been a Visiting Professor at Oxford University, the University of California Berkeley, and Stanford University, among others. He served as the editor of both the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology and the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. His research has been devoted to two main areas:
social cognition and research methods. In the former area, he has published widely on stereotyping, prejudice, and intergroup relations, particularly looking at causes and consequences of perceived group differences. In the later area, his work has been devoted to issues of mediation, moderation, the analysis of data with dependencies, and mixed models with multiple random factors. Among numerous awards, he received the Thomas Ostrom Award for Lifetime Contributions to Social Cognition Research, 2010 and in 2012 the Jacob Cohen Award from the American Psychological Association. He also was awarded an honorary doctorate from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium.
is a Professor emeritus of the University of Colorado, Boulder, received his PhD in 1971 from the University of Michigan, and has been a pioneer in the use of interactive web-based graphics to support understanding of methodological concepts in both scientific journal articles and in educational materials (e.g., Irwin & McClelland, 2003; McClelland, 1997, 2000). Gary's two primary research interests are (1) judgment and decision making and (2) statistical methods. He is a founding member of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making and a founding fellow of the Association for Psychological Science. He and Chick Judd in
2012 jointly won the Jacob Cohen Award for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching and Mentoring by the American Psychological Association, Div. 5.
is a Full Professor at the University of Konstanz. He received his PhD in
1996 from the University of Tübingen. His research focuses on Internet-based research methodologies, the psychology of the Internet, measurement, development, perceptions of inequality, cognition of causality, personality, privacy, Social Media, mobile experience sampling, collective behavior, and Big Data. In 1994, he founded the Web Experimental Psychology Lab, the first laboratory for conducting real experiments on the World Wide Web. Ulf was a founder of the German Society for Online Research, was elected the first non-North American president of the Society for Computers in Psychology and he is the founding editor of the free open access journal International Journal of Internet Science. Ulf and his team
) develop and provide methods and free Web tools for researchers, teachers, students, and the public.
They received numerous awards for their Web applications (available from the iScience Server at (http://iscience.eu/
) and methodological work serving the research community.
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